Major Requirements — R.N. to B.S.N. Degree Completion Program

Coursework is designed to build on prior learning and provides some opportunities for accelerated, individualized study. Diploma and associate graduates are given 30 semester hours of credit for having an R.N. license. Our classes are scheduled in an eight-week format in the evening, allowing the busy professional to complete requirements in a reasonable amount of time. Courses meet on-site at various community hospitals and on-campus. The R.N. to B.S.N. completion track is designed to prepare nurses to step into leadership positions and command better salaries.

Requirements for R.N. to B.S.N. Completion Students: 43 semester hours (33 semester hours within the major)
Diploma and Associate graduates can receive 30 semester hours of credit for having an R.N. license.

BI03050     Pathophysiology (3)
NUR3015    Introduction to Nursing Informatics (4)
NUR3030    WI Dimensions of Professional Practice (4)
NUR3280    Health Assessment, Education and Promotion (5)
NUR4060    Nursing Research/RN (4)
NUR 4620   Leadership and Management (7)
NUR4780    Ethical, Cultural and Policy Considerations in Health Care (4)
NUR4850    Nursing: A Community Outlook
PSY3250     Lifespan Development (4)
MTH2320    General Statistics (3)

Program Accreditation
Aurora University School of Nursing is fully accredited by the

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
One Dupont Circle, NW
Suite 530
Washington DC
20036-1120
202-887-6791

Open House and Visit Days
Monday, February 16, 2015